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Crowd witnesses Special Learning Center Moments of Magic

Published Feb. 23 2019

More than 300 people gathered Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, for the Special Learning Center Foundation Moments of Magic event, held...

Jefferson City committee OKs fire department vehicle purchase

Published Feb. 23 2019

The Jefferson City Fire Department hopes to purchase a new utility emergency vehicle with money left over following the sale...

Local post to celebrate 100th birthday of American Legion

Published Feb. 23 2019

American Legion Post 5 in Jefferson City will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the American Legion with...

Committee endorses senator’s proposal to amend initiative petitions process

Published Feb. 22 2019

State Sen. David Sater has, for a long time, thought it’s too easy to amend Missouri’s Constitution.

UM System creates caucus for legislative input

Published Feb. 22 2019

The University of Missouri System has launched a new "caucus" to help lawmakers understand the university's importance to the state.

Lengthy Cole County facility needs list exceeds funds

Published Feb. 22 2019

The facility needs listed by Cole County department heads during a Thursday meeting with the County Commission will cost much...

JCCC employee files discrimination suit against Department of Corrections

Published Feb. 22 2019

A lieutenant at Jefferson City Correctional Center has filed an employment discrimination suit against the Missouri Department of Corrections, claiming...

Veterans share coffee, stories at new Jefferson City VA clinic

Published Feb. 22 2019

Jefferson City's new VA clinic, which opened Jan. 28, celebrated a grand opening with more than 50 veterans Thursday.

JCPS candidate forum features diversity, discipline and lawsuit discussions

Published Feb. 22 2019

Discipline, lawsuits and diversity bookended a forum Thursday night for Jefferson City Public Schools Board of Education candidates held by...

Municipal judge candidates talk goals during forum

Published Feb. 22 2019

With the April 2 election less than two months away, Jefferson City municipal judge candidates fielded questions about their goals...

Trust fund established to benefit auditorium at Miller Performing Arts Center

Published Feb. 22 2019

The auditorium at the Etta and Joseph Miller Performing Arts Center was named Thursday after the late David R. Goller...

Former employee pleads guilty to embezzling from Jefferson City companies

Published Feb. 21 2019

Laura Lynn Winge, 47, of Jefferson City, pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to embezzling more than $65,000 from Turk's...

MoDOT survey to help with US 54 study

Published Feb. 21 2019

The Missouri Department of Transportation is conducting a corridor study to identify and evaluate a range of safety improvements at...

Former Missouri legislative aide pleads guilty to federal pornography charge

Published Feb. 21 2019

Carter Ballmann, 25, of Jefferson City, a former legislative assistant who worked in the Missouri State Capitol, pleaded guilty Thursday...

Arkansas man charged with forging LU documents

Published Feb. 21 2019

An Arkansas man has been charged with forging documents at Lincoln University.Robert Brown, 21, is charged with one count of...

Russellville FFA to experience agriculture around the world

Published Feb. 21 2019

RUSSELLVILLE — Five Russellville FFA students will take their agriculture experience out of the country for the first time this...

Area woman sues Capital Region for medical malpractice

Published Feb. 21 2019

A woman from Belle has sued Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City for malpractice regarding the treatment she received...

Former Jefferson City construction company owner faces federal fraud charges

Published Feb. 21 2019

The former owner of a Jefferson City construction company was indicted by a federal grand jury on bank fraud charges...

Mid-Missouri's Dental, Eye and Shoe Program to shift charitable focus

Published Feb. 21 2019

Local nonprofit Dental, Eye and Shoe Program will no longer provide dental or vision services for children in the community.

Student-led plays make up annual One Act Festival

Published Feb. 21 2019

For nearly four years, three students have portrayed a plethora of characters in various dramatic productions on the Calvary Lutheran...

Benefit concert for Mission owner features seven bands

Published Feb. 21 2019

Helping support local music lover and business owner Jenny Babcock, seven bands will volunteer their talents during the "No One...

'Jitterbugs' and 'Go Dog Go' deliver theatre for young children

Published Feb. 21 2019

Dogs work, enjoy lunch, play baseball, sail in boats and race in cars. It brings back childhood memories while reading...

Treasurer Fitzpatrick highlights unclaimed property finds from safe deposit boxes

Published Feb. 21 2019

A clown costume was hanging at the end of a display table in state Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick's Capitol office.